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Oct 9, 2012 1:00pm PDT
economic statistics as much as you like, but people know their own economy and their own lives. he's trying to put against that by saying there are joshs in the ground we will dig up presumagely by pulling away from environmental regulations. he's talking really about fracking. that's his plan for ohio. if ohio people think that's a great plan to get them jobs, them they know who to vote for. >> karen, romney was in iowa today voicing his opposition to another source of revenue, the estate tax. take a listen to this. >> my own view is we ought to kill the death tax. you paid for that farm once. you shouldn't have to pay for it again. >> last year up to $5 million could be passed on without incurring estate tax but i guess in romney's case he's talking about $50 million to each one of his five sons. the least you can say is that romney puts hits family first. >> oh, absolutely. you know, and i'm sure if he actually explained that to the voters that he was talking to that really he's talking about that $50 million, they could all relate just perfectly, right? i mean, here is the problem, agai
Oct 8, 2012 1:00pm PDT
matters is great day. left unanswered, however, is how much mitt thinks this will save the economy. well, i'll let him explain. >> i'm not going to get rid of big bird but there's probably going to be advertising on pbs because i'm not willing to borrow billions of dollars from places like china to pay for things we don't absolutely have to have. >> billions, mitt. hardly. the federal government will give about $445 million, and that's million with an "m," to the corporation for public broadcasting in the next fiscal year. two-thirds of that money will go to local tv and radio stations, some of which broadcast in poor regions of the country and would have to close their doors without this funding. pbs says that comes down to $1.35 per year per person. not a bad deal in any economy. stay with us. the day's "top lines" are coming up. >>> from a smorgasbord of debate comedy to fudges those job numbers, here are today's "top lines," clear eyes, full hearts might lose. >> you have to hand it to mitt romney. president obama sure did. >> it's masterful, theatrical performance. >> my plan is dif
Oct 10, 2012 1:00pm PDT
. it's not going to be about pro-life, it's going to be about the economy. >> john, let me play for you how romney assessed mr. ryan's debating skills on tuesday. this is mitt romney. take a listen. >> i don't know how paul will deal with this debate. obviously, the vice president has done, it's don't know, 15 or 20 debates during his lifetime, experienced debater. this is, i think, paul's first debate. i may be wrong. he may have done something in high school. i don't know. >> he's just trying to lower the expectations as low as they can go, so if ryan does reasonably well, they can convey he's doing better than expected. it's not true. >> this is a seven-term congressman who does p90x every day, runs marathon -- >> he's debated his opponents many times in wisconsin. >> what's he talking about? >> romney knows that. the big question in this campaign is whether it will catch up to him, is he says whatever is convenient, whatever he can get away with saying. whether on something small like whether paul ryan debated his congressional opponents or on something big like his tax cut. >> inde
Oct 12, 2012 1:00pm PDT
for making sure that the economy grows for the middle class came through. >> nbc's mike viqueira joins us from an equally blusyer white house. >> reporter: oh, yes. >> does the president owe mr. biden a beer or two after last night's street fight in kentucky? >> reporter: i tell you, maybe some of that white house honey porter -- >> that's what i'm thinking. >> reporter: that they brew over here. >> that stuff you drink most days, mike, yes. >> reporter: you know, there's the spin room they have after the debates and then there's under the wing on the tarmac. i don't recall the president ever doing that. i think it was wheels down around 11:00 last night coming back from his florida rally. he watched the debate aboard air force one. i think they timed his return just so he could do that. i don't recall the president not only stopping under the wing at air force one to give his two cents and endorse what joe biden had accomplished in the president's view in that debate, but he got here on the south lawn once marine one landed on the south lawn and he stopped at the press and did it all ove
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